: A New Colonial System -- Stamp Act -- Taxation Without Representation - Townshend Acts-- Samuel Adams -- Boston "Tea Party" -- The Coercive Acts -The Revolution Begins -- Common Sense and Independence -- Defeats and Victories- Franco-American Alliance -- The British Move South -- Victory and Independence Loyalists During the American Revolution
Clippinger, Kathryn A. Prize essays in early American history /published by the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Connecticut and the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Connecticut. Mystic, CT : The Author, c1995. 48 p.: 23 cm. Includes bibliographies.
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Townshend, Charles Hervey, 1833-1903? . New Haven, Conn. [Press of Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, c1900] 79 p. illus., 12 pl., maps, facsims. 31 cm. [New Haven Free Public Library, Local History 974.6]"Prepared by request from a paper read before the New Haven Colony Historical Society and now appears in vol. VI of the Papers published by that organization."
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What they have stressed is what might be called the "positive" stage of Catholic colonial history that begins in the period of the American Revolution.
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Gipson, Lawrence Henry, 1880- . Caldwell, Id., The Caxton Printers, 1936-70. 15 v. maps (part fold.) 24 cm. Vols. 4-15 have imprint: New York, A. A. Knopf. --v. 14. A bibliographical guide to the history of the British Empire, 1748-1776.--v. 15. A guide to manuscripts relating to the history of the British Empire, 1748-1776. Includes bibliographies. Contents: Provincial characteristics and sectional tendencies in the era preceding the American crisis: 1. Great Britain and Ireland. 2. The southern plantations. 3. The northern plantations.--Zones of international friction: 4. North America, south of the Great Lakes region, 1748-1754. 5. The Great Lakes frontier, Canada, the West Indies, India, 1748-1754.--The Great War for the Empire: 6. The years of defeat, 1754-1757. 7. The victorious years, 1758-1760. 8. The culmination, 1760-1763.--The triumphant empire. 9. New responsibilities within the enlarged empire, 1763-1766.--10. The triumphant empire: thunder-clouds gather in the west, 1763-1766.--11. The rumbling of the coming storm, 1766-1770.--12. Britain sails into the storm, 1770-1779--13. The triumphant empire: the empire beyond the storm, 1770-1776; a summary of the series; historiography.